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Publisher Correction: Local management actions can increase coral resilience to thermally-induced bleaching

The Original Article was published on 18 June 2018

Correction to: Nature Ecology & Evolution https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0589-0, published online 18 June 2018.

In the version of this Brief Communication originally published, the two instances of ‘natural-to-high’ in the sixth and seventh paragraphs were incorrect; they should have read ‘naturally high’.

In the final sentence of the sixth paragraph, ‘~100 m’ was incorrect; it should have read ‘~100 m2’.

On the x-axis Fig. 1d, the first bar was incorrectly labelled ‘None’ ; it should have read ‘Removal’. Likewise, within Fig. 1d, ‘High versus none’ and ‘Average versus none’ were incorrect; they should have read ‘High versus removal’ and ‘Average versus removal’.

Owing to a technical error, some text was mistakenly included in the second sentence of the paragraph beginning ‘Sea surface temperature’: the phrase ‘bleachinexcluded due to statistically lower snail densitiesg severity’ should have just read ‘bleaching severity’.

These issues have now been corrected.

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Shaver, E.C., Burkepile, D.E. & Silliman, B.R. Publisher Correction: Local management actions can increase coral resilience to thermally-induced bleaching. Nat Ecol Evol 2, 1189 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0609-0

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